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Business unit Level of Strategy
BMW is known as a leading motor industry player whose businesses strategies has seen it develop stronger competitive advantage that other players such as Lincoln are only emulating. The business level strategy of BMW is based on extinct product differentiation based on design and digitalization as well as efficient electro-mobility designs such as i3 in 2013 and later improvements in the preceding years. The differentiation is based on the need to effectively distinguish the product as the main form of competitive advantage, which is driven by high level of profitability in short-term basis (Bakker, 2010). Also, the company has an ambitious plan of increasing the long-term values based on shaping the future, profitability, growth, access to customers and technology.
On the other hand, Lincoln, a constituent of Ford, has a business strategy which majors on the production of greater products, a wide range of vehicles with best quality, efficiency, and fuel consumption. The company’s business is based on effective balancing of the product portfolio as well as the product’s global presence though elaborates marketing, publicity, and sales promotion (Bakker, 2010). Also, the company is based on the sustainability strategy that seeks to make a better world for all the users of the product.
Based on these assessment of the business level strategies of both Lincoln and BMW, the critical finding is that BMW has the best strategy due to strong focus in has for both the long-term and short-term aspects of business. The company has embraced technology, and variety of products, based on stronger effort to differentiate the products. Their quality and environmental friendly awareness campaign and the comfort ability of the products give them both financial and business edge above the rest.
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